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February 10, 2005, 6:13 am
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way to charge those customers who want measurable results.
Suppose I look for "SEO" in Google, and my page is number 100 among 10
We might define an index like:
RV = total found pages / Page ranking x 1000, meaning that my page
would have a nice Ranking Value (RV) of 10,000.
Thus, a page ranking 1 among 100 would be equivalent to a page ranking
10 among 1000.
If I make several pages ranking for several related keywords, I could
consider the sum of all of them as the Site RV, as oppossed to the
In my opinion, we could add a log to the math expression, to give much
more value to the first 2-3 SERPs. And will disregard those pages
buried deep in the SERPs.
Then, it would be:
RV = log ( total found pages / Page ranking x 1000 )
Do you agree?
Do you know anything better already published?
Do you find this RV index useful for measuring SEO work? I would like
to use it for self-promotion. Or maybe even for a tournament...
It has been a long, long time since high school... My math might need
Re: Page/Site Ranking Value (PRV, SRV): a SEO metrics proposal
It is still in my pen:
SUM ( number of pages with pages with PR n * 8 ^ n )
n = 0 .. 10
So the higher the PageRank, the more it contributes to the sum
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